CHICAGO — The Indiana General Assembly last weekend wrapped up its session with some major highlights, authorizing the privatization of two of the state's largest infrastructure projects and moving to preserve recent property tax caps by making them part of the state constitution.

Lawmakers also approved a measure allowing school districts to dip into capital funds to offset operating deficits tied to state cuts. The move could mean less money for school building projects even as districts grapple with declining capital budgets due to recently enacted property tax caps.

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